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GRP SPRING REGIONAL RESOURCE MIXERS ANNOUNCED

You have your seeds and your transplants, the spring weather is finally starting to stick around, and you are itching to get your hands in the dirt. What else do you need to get started? Join us for one of our GRP Regional Additional Resource Mixers to learn about other resources available to help your garden thrive and to celebrate spring with other gardens in your area with a community meal. Find out when your mixer is scheduled here.

In related news, the 2014 Garden Resource Program is now available in Spanish!

WORKING LESSONS AT THE PLUM STREET MARKET GARDEN

Working lessons are hands-on educational sessions focusing on building farm skills for growers interested in intensive production in small spaces. Learn more and see the entire schedule here.

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THIS YEAR ENCOURAGE A FRIEND, RELATIVE, OR NEIGHBOR TO…

2014_Grow Something_v2Join our efforts to make sure that the Garden Resource Program (GRP) is a resource for ALL of the city’s residents. The garden is one place where growth occurs, but growing can take place on a window sill, flower bed or mason jar. If you’re interested in nutrition, you can grow kale in a container for your juicer. Family cooks can begin a window sill garden to have fresh herbs for recipes. There are many opportunities to start growing something for everyone and no Detroit, Hamtramck, or Highland Park garden is too big or small to participate in the GRP or classes and events hosted by Keep Growing Detroit that support healthy living and connecting to community. If there are community groups or organizations that you think would like to grow, Keep Growing Detroit’s staff is happy to attend community events to share information. For more information, contact us!

OFFICE HOURS

Keep Growing Detroit hosts office hours every Wednesday from 4PM to 6PM and Friday from 10AM to 12PM at our main office located at 76 E. Forest, Detroit 48201. Come visit us to ask questions, get answers, and chat about your garden!